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Michigan Family Law from Real World Divorce


Still Part of the Family - How divorce and or termination of a domestic relationship affects a child’s legal relationship with grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins and other important family members.


Grandparent Visitation Statute Held Constitutional

Is Mandatory Joint Custody really in the best interests of children and families?

When Parenting Time Conflicts with Extra-Curricular Activities Keeping Kids Out of the Middle

Neither Harm Nor Clear And Convincing Evidence Are Required To Meet Constitutional Requirements, Says U.S. Supreme Court Regarding Grandparent Visitation

Editorial To USA Today In Support Of Grandparents Visitation Laws

How to Resolve Disputes Before They Get Out of Control

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Grandma Uses Law To Get Visits With Girl

Grandparent Visitation Law Back On The Books

Michigan's New Grandparent Visitation Law

Will "Divorce Reform" Help Our Children?

Divorce Education for Parents and Grandparents

GRO Newsletter, August 5, 2003


Has Professionalism Become a Causality of our Changing Times?

When Should Third Parties Get Custody or Visitation?

Specialized Reciprocity

Antenuptial Agreements: Modern Trends in Pre-Marriage Contracts

"Still Part of the Family" Summer 2015 issue of Family Advocate, American Bar Association

Published Works Divorce Attorney Michigan

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